INCULTUM presented at Europeana 2021

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The Europeana conference is the annual flagship event in the sector of digital cultural heritage. The Europeana 2021: Recover, Rebuild, Grow took place online in November, with 70% of the programme – over 30 sessions – co-created with cultural heritage professionals across the sector who responded to a call for proposals. Among those, the WEAVE project community was happy to present the work that is ongoing for enabling engagement of various communities with their cultural heritage, during a interactive session introduced by Antonella Fresa on 11th November.

Within WEAVE project’s presentation, the collaboration established with INCULTUM was highlighted, to showcase the effort done by INCULTUM in engaging local communities with their territory and heritage, that is of relevance also in the light of leveraging digital resources and tools to support such engagement.

The session was an occasion to communicate about INCULTUM to the over 100 session’s participants.

extract from WEAVE presentation at Europeana 2021 conference

 

 

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